This morning, the World Health Organisation (WHO) released a new Ebola Response Roadmap—a detailed plan for stopping the ongoing West African Ebola outbreak over the next six to nine months. This updated document is an important step in ensuring that the world’s response to the outbreak is better coordinated and more co......
The five biggest economies in Africa are overwhelmingly powered by the export of natural resources. But too often, corruption and mismanagement means the wealth generated doesn't benefit the people of those countries. These infographics show exactly what's driving these economies.
Calling all Canberrans, Melburnians and Sydneysiders! We're heading to Australia for the G20 Summit, and to launch a new global campaign. We'd love to you be there, so check out these events coming up.
According to my granddad, you'd probably think aid was in the top three things the UK government spends money on. In fact, for a British taxpayer earning £30,000 a year, just £37 - or 70p a week - would go on overseas aid. Here are the top 7 things you didn't know about UK foreign aid.
We see the impacts on the poorest of the poor and we don’t always know what we as individuals can do to make it better. That’s why ONE is going to Expanse, a one day conference in Melbourne on Saturday, August 30, bringing together hundreds of young Australians to equip a generation for a more just and equal world.
I recently met with Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund. The session raised some interesting questions about youth activism and the role of advocacy organisations such as ONE. So what did Osotimehin have to say about young people?
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the worst ever recorded. Over 1,100 people have died and the World Health Organisation has declared it a global health emergency. The hardest hit countries are Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, which have some of the weakest health systems in the world. There are not enough trained doct......
Since 4 April 2013, or 500 days before I wrote this article, I was able to secure my first 9-to-5 job, become a homeowner and join anti-poverty campaign ONE as a youth ambassador. More importantly, during this time, the U.K. Department for International Development stepped up its support of developing countries’ efforts to
The campaign for "0.7" (calling on governments to invest just 0.7% of their country's income in development aid) feels like part of my DNA. It’s been going on longer than I’ve been alive. But with a little Spice Girls inspiration, we might be able to finish the job on 12th September. Well, almost.
In its fourth year, Africa Fashion Week London showcased the very best of African design with 40,000 people being treated to the collections of 200 contemporary African designers. We caught up with some of the continent’s most innovative designers to ask them for the insider tips and tricks to get the perfect look this summ...
18 August 2014 marks the 500-day milestone until the target date to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). ONE and (RED) are teaming up on this day to tell the story of MDG 6: the fight against HIV/AIDS, malaria and preventable disease. Join us for two events happening on social media!
A group of experts from statistical authorities, multilateral agencies, tech firms and NGOs met in London to discuss how we harness the political energy around the data revolution to ensure concrete outcomes for the world’s poorest people.
The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the worst ever recorded. Explore the origins of Ebola, how it spreads, and how the global health community is responding at the moment through these infographics.
David and Zipporah’s maize now towers above their house but despite what looks to be a promising harvest, the couple is anxious. The family of six are now eating just one meal a day: a single pot of rice for everyone. This is Kenya's hunger season, but the end is in sight.
"Young people think agriculture is uncool and uninspiring." This is one of the myths the Do Agric campaign debunked this year. As we celebrate International Youth Month, we need to ask ourselves if enough is being done to bring the energy, innovation and the entrepreneurial flair of young people into agribusiness.